Apr 13

Guest Post: What Outcomes Do You Constantly Drive For?

By Dayo Fawusi


What Outcomes Do You Constantly Drive For?

Outcomes are the desired intentions of your activities. Whether the activity is a business meeting, a marathon or a personal goal; the outcome is what actually happens. Anything you do has an outcome, whether it is the desired one or not.

You can take all of your past experience and the outcomes of those experiences and use that outcome as my ‘oh, so that’s where those actions got me, what can I learn from that?’ launch point. All of your past experiences have given you knowledge and you can use that knowledge to propel yourself to amazing future outcomes. Something important to realize is that you are not defining the outcomes as success or failure, but merely as outcomes. This is also an important point, so make sure you absorb that.

Thomas Edison had great difficulty inventing the light bulb. There were many cutting edge technologies involved in that creation; the use of a vacuum, different materials for filaments, alternating or direct current electricity and others. When he was asked about his “failures” he refused to accept that term. He just considered the experiment a learning experience on the road to his desired outcome; a bulb that burned brightly and lasted for a length of time. Each experiment brought him closer to his desired outcome(Read more.)

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